|Jeanette Futch (#46521833)|
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|Preserving the Past||RE: Frank P Lambert|
I have corrected the year of birth for Franklin "Frank" Lambert. However, his wife Mahala's is correct, she was older then Frank when they married and all records; including census records verify her year of birth. Thanks for bringing the typo to my attention. Have a great evening!
|Robert Thompson||Edits on Find A Grave website|
On your personal findagrave home page there is an edit tab at the top of the page. If you click that tab you can choose to accept or reject any corrections all at one time which makes it easier. This was new to me a couple of months ago. It might be new or I just didn't see it. Unfortunately you do not get any email notice that corrections are there other than a number showing up next to the edit on the tab. You just have to know to check it every now and then.
|Beverly Houdek||Ettis Surephia|
I added Ettis parents to her listing. Have a great day! Miss you cuz, Bev
|Patrick Lombardi||RE: Richard Roddenberry|
You're very welcome, Jeanette. Jane Roddenberry was my great great great grandmother. Her parents were George and Mary (Knight) Roddenberry. I'm constructing a family tree and have been researching the Roddenberry Family. I came across this photograph online at Ancestry.com and posted it to Richard's Memorial. He is buried beside his brother, Seaborn and his wife, Frances Fanny Anderson. I'm glad the photo was of help to you.
|jrpv||GROOVER DICKERSON WHITE MALLARD Bulloch Co GA|
Dear Jeanette MALLARD FUTCH,
Thank you VERY much for noticing my error, placing the burials of Patrick WHITE Jr. & Ellen MALLARD in the same cemetery as their daughter, Agnes Amelia WHITE COVINGTON (my wife's ancestors), rather than at Upper Black Creek.
Incidentally, I eventually heard from a DICKENSON-AMBROSE researcher who knew what had become of the James M. DICKINSON who had married Dorothy AMBROSE in Effingham County in 1828: That couple was in Lowndes County in September of 1850 with three sons born about 1830, 1832 and 1845. I can only assume that Honor GROOVER's first husband, James DICKERSON, must have died between 1841 and 1846 (I've only seen an abstract of Honor's mother's will, proved in 1853 - I think that "former husband" simply implies that that James DICKERSON was deceased prior to Honor's remarriage).
May God Bless You and Your Family,
Added by jrpv on Aug 08, 2010 7:59 PM
I appreciate your kind words but I wasn't the one that added the pics. I added the names but someone name Kevin added the pics. Teresa
Added by TMJS on Sep 02, 2009 1:36 PM
|Gravediggin (for info)||You're welcome|
Also I have other pics in my camera from up there. Sorry, I didn't send you the names yet. I'll try between now and Monday.
|L. Frey||Alfred W. Lunn Cemetery|
Do you know where Alfred W. Lunn Cemetery is in Polk County?
I would not mind looking if I knew where it was.
Added by L. Frey on Aug 19, 2009 3:27 PM
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